Volume 44 Index

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Oakley, John, 140

O’Brien, Richard, 178n, 371, 372n

“An Observer” (pseudonym)

letter from, 370-1

advises on office of superintendent of military stores, 370-1

Ogden, Abraham, 420, 422n

Ogden, Schwartz & Co. (Marseilles), 420, 422n

Ogilvie, James (ca. 1775-1820), 213n

O’Harnett, John M.

letter from, 347-9

seeks release from indictment, 347-9

Ohio

land speculation in, 70

U.S. attorney, 414, 546

“Sufferers’ Land,” 452-3

descriptions of, 634

sale of public lands in, 642

See also Cincinnati, Ohio; Federalists; Marietta, Ohio; Republicans

Ohio River, 605, 634, 642, 667, 683

Olcott, Simeon, 719

Old, James

letter from, 436

writ against W. Stewart, 436

identified, 436n

payment to, 482

Oldham, James

letter to, 519-20

letters from, 494, 576-7

recommended by TJ, 444

seeks employment, 494, 519-20

engaged to make doors and sashes for Monticello, 519-20, 576-7

wages, 520

letter from cited, 729

Olin, Gideon, 716, 722

“Olive Branch Petition” (1775)

TJ denies involvement with, 118-19, 205, 539n, 558

Olivier, Julius, 177, 421

Olmütz (Olomouc), Moravia, 503

Olympian Springs, Ky., 569n

Oram, James, 150-1, 152n

Orange Court House, Va., 274

Orange Springs, Va., 406

Oration, in Honor of the Election of President Jefferson (Abraham Bishop), 338n

Oration, Pronounced at Salem, on the Fourth Day of July, 1804, in Commemoration of Our National Independence (Joseph Story), 86, 157

Oration in Commemoration of American Independence (John Ewing Porter), 173-4

Ordinaire, Claude Nicolas

Histoire naturelle des volcans, 645

Ordine dei Santi Maurizio e Lazzaro, 135n

Orleans Territory

character sketches of residents, vii, 14-24

governor of, vii, 168, 170, 233, 236, 237, 306, 328, 350, 355, 478, 632, 689, 712

judges, vii, 8-9, 106, 121, 124-5, 155, 168, 170, 180, 181, 183, 201, 207, 233, 236, 279, 306-7, 328, 350, 355, 447n, 478, 587, 632, 689, 712

secretary, vii, 120, 168, 170, 233, 236, 291, 306, 350, 355, 478, 632-3, 689, 712

U.S. attorney, vii, 106, 153, 154-5n, 168, 170, 181, 227-8, 233, 236, 263, 279, 307, 328, 350, 355, 412-13, 689, 691n, 712

legislative council, vii-viii, 8, 52, 168-9, 234, 237-9, 305-6, 307-8, 308-10, 313n, 328, 350, 355, 447, 478, 607, 632-3, 640, 652-3, 675, 711, 712

marshal, vii-viii, 106, 168, 170, 234, 237, 307, 328, 350, 355, 478-9, 586-7, 689, 712

need for bilingual government, vii-viii, 9-11, 168-9, 238-9, 263, 307-8

deputation to carry memorial to Washington, viii, 22, 23-4, 217n, 255n, 449, 451, 478, 535, 653n

demand for slaves in, 7, 217-18n

introduction of English language into courts, 7

and slave trade, 7, 217n, 254-5n, 310, 382n, 452n, 607

support for memorial to Congress, 7, 312-13, 535

criticism of memorial to Congress, 7-8, 217n, 255n, 351, 382, 451-2n, 606-7

memorial calls for self-government, statehood, 7-8, 9n, 217n, 382n, 449-51, 606-7

calls for statehood, self-government in, 7-9, 14n, 90-1, 199, 224, 339, 607

not ready for representative government, 8, 217-18n, 263, 313, 451-2n

insufficiency of salaries in, 8-9

memorial printed in newspapers, 9n, 382n

plant specimens from, 14

creation of government for, 14n, 666, 682

militia, 19, 21n

threat of slave insurrection, 19, 254n

German Coast, 22

Attakapas, 23, 35n, 239, 305, 307, 309, 652-3, 712

Opelousas, 23, 239, 305, 307, 309, 652-3, 712

Catholic Church in, 35, 47-8, 312, 313

gunboat for Lake Pontchartrain, 36

land grant for Lafayette in, 54, 59, 67, 102, 112, 504, 505, 507n, 614

extension of U.S. laws to, 90-1

attorney general, 106

courts, 106

sheriffs, 106

sugar production in, 137, 191, 225-6, 290

diversity of population, 217n

free blacks excluded from participation in memorial to Congress, 217n, 254n

free blacks in, 217n

memorial opposes abolition of slave trade, 217n, 255n, 382n

continued Spanish presence in, 255n, 281, 363n

descriptions of, 293-4n, 607

Acadian Coast, 305, 306, 307, 652-3, 712

division of appointments among Creoles and Americans, 307-8

Indian affairs in, 311-12, 339, 340n, 535, 536n, 640, 666-7, 682

smuggling, 312

opposition to TJ’s administration in, 338-9

slavery in, 339, 340n, 363n, 640n

Spanish interference in, 339, 340n

unhealthy climate of, 479

salaries of public officials, 632-3

sale of public lands in, 642

See also Louisiana; New Orleans

Orpwood (Hopwood), John, 225n

Osage, Fort, 649n

Osgood, Samuel, 413, 603

Otis, Samuel A.

letters from, 602, 697

forwards copies of Senate records, 602

and publication of TJ’s annual message, 697

Ottoman Empire

trade with U.S., 354n, 424n

won’t recognize U.S. consuls, 354n

and U.S. prisoners at Tripoli, 423, 424n

Ouachita River

hot springs, 250, 535, 630-1

settlements on, 250, 535

Anmours’s residence on, 446-7

fossils, specimens from, 630-1

Ouachita Post, 630n, 693-4

See also Dunbar and Hunter expedition

Owen, Robert, 260n

Oxford (brig), 286, 288

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